IEEE Summer School: Computational Intelligence and Information Technologies


I am giving a talk at 2 pm at Griffith University Gold Coast Campus on AI and Impact on Society this Wed, Feb 19. I have arranged for special fee waiver for my talk to those interested in attending, just RSVP and mention me in your response.

Details here:

Computational Intelligence and Information Technologies

Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus

February 19-21, 2014





            Room G23_2.07A, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus, Australia

Target audiences.

Students, academics, researchers and professionals in the ICT and Engineering fields.


Course contents.

–       Theory, implementation, and performance evaluation of artificial neural networks.

–       Applications of Computational Intelligence in integrated technologies, such as health, robotics, network security and engineering.

–       Some hands-on sessions to reinforce the concepts and applications.



–       Prof. Jong Hwan Kim, IEEE Fellow, KAIST (Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

–       Prof. Michael Blumenstein, School of ICT, Griffith University

–       Assoc. Prof. Alan Liew, School of ICT, Griffith University

–       Dr. Paulo Borges, CSIRO

–       Dr. Farid Kendoul, CSIRO

–       Dr. Jun Jo, School of ICT, Griffith University

–       Dr. Clarence Tan, Ambassador, Singularity University, NASA Ames Research Center, USA.

–       Mr. Bruce Satchwell, CEO, Alive Technologies



$50 (payable on site) for Registration, light lunch and tea/coffee (19th and 20th, February):


Registration Due:         by Monday, Feb 10, 2014

Contact Person:           Tommi Sullivan, (coordinator) or

                                 Jun Jo, (chair)


* Student volunteers are welcome.

* Receipts will be issued



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